Established in 1951, IPEJ is an official public interest incorporated institution under the Professional Engineer Act of Japan.
The objective of the IPEJ is to perform the clerical work with respect to training of the professional engineers, guidance and communication of the members in order to contribute to the maintenance of the dignity of the Professional Engineers and to the progress and improvement of the practice thereof and eventually contribute to the improvement of science and technology and to the development of the national economy and cooperation with the foreign countries. (Article2 under IPEJ Articles, Articles 1 and 55 under the PE Law)
Regular members: 14,668 (Member with P.E.Jp)(as of March 2016)
Mr. Shigenori TAKAKI
Mr. Hiroyasu NAKAGAWA
Ms. Maki IWAKUMA
Mr. Tetsu ITO
Mr. Hitoshi NARA
IPEJ's new logo was adopted by the board meeting held on May 13, 2007.
In our new logo, "p" and "e" from "The Institution of Professional Engineers, Japan" are built into the design in the form of small letters.
The "p" and "e" convey concepts that Professional Engineers are required to take care of "Comfortable, Safe and Peaceful Society" and "Environmentally-rich Society". This also implies Professional Engineers with high ethical standards.
Namely, "p" represents Professional + Peace and "e" represents Engineer + Environment and Ethics.
Two red dots represents activities that can be conducted by P.E.Jp on a personal basis.
The left red dot means unlimited technology progress, and the one at the center means responsibility to one's own engineering skill.
The left white dot means responsibility for the society, and the right white dot means responsibility for the clients.
Dark blue for the left part (crescent‐shaped) means society and for the right part(quarter pie shaped)means technology.
Kikai Shinko Kaikan bldg., 3-5-8, Shibakoen, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0011, Japan
Tel +81-3-3459-1331 Fax +81-3-3459-1338
Via Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
-Kamiyacho Station (Station Number H05), 7-minute walk from Exit 2
Via Toei Oedo Line
-Akabanebashi Station (Station Number E21), 8-minute walk from Exit Akabanebashiguchi
Via Toei Mita Line
-Onarimon Station (Station Number I06), 10-minute walk from Exit A1
Via Toei Asakusa Line
-Daimon Station (Station Number A09), 15-minute walk from Exit A6
The building is across the street from Tokyo Tower (https://www.tokyotower.co.jp/en.html).
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